Thursday, February 19, 2009

Citarella to Long Island East End, Gourmet Garage recalls peanuts, Wal-Mart pays $49,000,000 in back wages....

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A former IGA in eastern Long Island will become a Citarella.

More from the South Hampton Press on Citarella.

The Gourmet Garage has recalled peanuts.

Smithfield Foods has announced plans to close six plants and shed 1,800 staff.

Another poll concluded that New Yorkers want an income tax hike for the rich.

Gristedes buys Jefferson Market.

Changing of the guard at Wal-Mart.

Wal-Mart outpaces a weak economy.

Wal-Mart in South Carolina pays $49,000,000 in back wages.

Albertsons to close 9 stores.

Comparable-store sales fell 4% at Whole Foods Market here in the first quarter, the company said yesterday. Net income declined 17.4%, to $32.3 million, on flat sales overall of about $2.47 billion.
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Stop & Shop here will partner with Willard Bishop, Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Modiv Media for a series of in-store marketing tests to measure the effectiveness of Modiv’s promotional delivery systems.
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Economist: Wages don't reflect increased productivity.

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